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2013 Ford Escape
2013 Toyota Venza Previewed, Chevy Volt, 2013 Ford Escape: Today's Car News

Today at High Gear Media, we heard new rumors regarding the re-born Barracuda and Toyota issued a recall. People are preparing for the Houston Half Mile and Chevrolet accidentally delivered a Camaro ZL1 to a customer. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection. Obama...Read More»

2013 Toyota Venza Teased
2013 Toyota Venza: Preview

A refreshed version of Toyota's Venza crossover is due to be introduced at the New York Auto Show next month, and while Toyota hasn't yet given us a good look at the new Venza (other than this teaser photo above), it's now released enough details about the upcoming model so that we have a pretty...Read More»

Allyn Rachel in an ad for the 2011 Toyota Venza
2011 Toyota Venza Ad Warns Of Takeover By The Facebook Generation

The new ad campaign for the 2011 Toyota Venza is chilling: a bleak, emotionless picture of post-apocalyptic America, full of Facebook and MacBooks. And Thunderdomes, too, we assume. The clip features comedienne Allyn Rachel in what may be her first serious role to date. Sitting before a white...Read More»

2010 Toyota Venza
2011 Toyota Venza and Sienna Models Recalled

Toyota has announced the recall of a small batch of 2011 model year Venza wagons and Sienna minivans, built between March 7 and March 10, 2011. While only 50 vehicles in total are affected, the potential defect is significant and involves the front right drive shaft. A batch of drive shafts may not...Read More»

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2011 Grand Cherokee A Top Safety Pick; Crosstour 'Disappointing'

Depending on which utility vehicle you choose, you might be getting vastly different degrees of roof protection in the event of a rollover. That's the surprising result of that a new round of tests from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) serves to highlight. First, the good news: In...Read More»